These are new out,(about a month) they use an IPS panel, reports are very very good. £263 on dell site, £190 odd ebuyer.
£183.99 if you get free shipping there or £192.98 with next day delivhttp://www.cnet.com.au/desktops/monitors/0,239029422,339294389,00.htm
With a non-glossy coating and impressive resolution, contrast, luminance and response times, the affordable Dell UltraSharp 2209WA delivers sharp, detailed images, saturated color and breathtaking multimedia performance.
- Screen Size: 22" Widescreen
- Resolution: 1680x1050
- Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
- Brightness: 300cd/m²
- Response Time: 6ms
- Viewing Angles (H/V): 178°/178°
- Colours: 16.7 Million
- Inputs: 1x Analogue & 1x DVI-D
- Dimensions: 511.77mm x 361.91mm x 184.12mm
- Weight: 7.93kg
- Warranty: 3 Years On-Site
IPS Panel Technology
S-IPS/H-IPS (In Plane Switching) panels are generally considered the best overall LCD technology for image quality, color accuracy and viewing angles, but this comes at a price. They are well suited for graphics design and other applications which require accurate and consistent color reproduction. S-IPS panels offer the best viewing angles of any current LCD technology, with wide viewing angles up to 178 degress. The response time of S-IPS is adequate, ranging from 6ms to 16ms with current panels. This is only slightly slower than TN panels. However, gamers should take this into consideration. Fast paced games may suffer from motion blur or ghosting with S-IPS panels that have a response time higher than 8ms. S-IPS panels can be identified buy a slight purple hue on blacks when viewed from a wide angle. There are currently few manufacturers using S-IPS panels in comparison to the other panels types making choices limited and they often carry a premium price tag. H-IPS is a newer variation of S-IPS with a different pixel structure that improves contrast ratios and lowers pixel pitch to provide better picture quality